A large assortment of guest stars (Jack Benny, Rochester, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, William Holden, Anne Blythe, Loretta Young) gather in Benny's house to discuss how helping your neighbor can stop that one percent of the Communist element that hoped to “tear the heart out of the Declaration of Independence”. The charismatic Father James Keller founded the Catholic civic group, the Christophers and was quite media savvy in his day using celebrities to spread the Christophers message in film, radio and television.
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May 13, 2015
Not one of their best.
This is part of a group of films made by The Christophers, which is a curious religious movement that everyone got on the bandwagon in the 50's and 60's. There is another film in the archive, "Atomic Energy As A Force For Good". Skip Eisheimer has a very good Christophers film on his "Religion" DVD.
October 21, 2012
INCOMPLETE - MISSING SECTION!
I watched this boring sermon two times trying to figure - where the hell is Bing Crosby?! Finally, a search of the archive turned up another version of this that includes the missing section with Bing Crosby, at
The missing section is just as boring. Yeah, my life sucks...